The most popular page in WebEnglish.se is English Speaking Countries. This is very much due to the fact that students are let “go wild” on this page to find the resources they need for their projects.
I have started updating these pages and will be done by the beginning of next term, at the latest. As I am working with them I would gladly take suggestions of other interesting countries that are not presented yet.
When I first compiled the links, I thought that only intermediate students would be interested in the various English Speaking Countries apart from the UK and the US. Recently, however, I have noticed on social media that even teachers of elementary-level students ask for materials about English Speaking Countries.
The first topic on each country page has always been called Elementary so that even the weaker students in the class could find what they are looking for, but these pages might still seem quite overwhelming for 11-13-year-olds.
Therefore, I have now separated the elementary materials of four countries: Australia, Canada, New Zealand, and South Africa into a simpler page called Other English Speaking Countries. These four were chosen as they are the biggest countries where English is spoken as Mother Tongue apart from the USA and the UK.
If you know of other countries that elementary students would be interested in, let me know, and I will add them on the page. The new page together with the easy versions of the UK and the US are in WebEnglish.se/Elementary, where there is a tab called Countries.